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. >>> thank you very much. five days until election day and for many of you it can't come soon enough, but one little girl, she wants it to be november 7th probably more than any of us. we're going to show you her reaction to yet another interview with the presidential candidates. >>> it's 5:43. we weren't completely spared from sandy's destruction but when you look at the images from new york and atlantic new jersey we know we did not get the worst of it. we are sending charlie up to atlantic city this morning, so he's out in our parking lot. you're about to leave, and what's the goal of this trip? what are you hoping to inform people about? >> what we're doing is we want to give people an idea of how close we came to a direct hit. this storm sandy was 900 miles in diameter so when you look at it from the point of view of a radium it was 450 miles and it missed us by 100 miles. here's an idea to give you a clue. this a map quest of where we are relative to atlantic city. we're 150 miles as a drive up to philadelphia and over, but on a direct line we're right about 100 miles from the path of t
to election day. today is the last day for early voting and if the past few days has been any incation rate ready to -- indication, get ready to wait in long lines. line last night wrapped around the building and some voters waited 4 hours to get through the line. early voting has set a record in the state. more than 267,000 cast their ballot early since centers opened in maryland. hurricane sandy forced early voting to be canceled on monday and tuesday but it seems voters are now making up for lost time. >> i really hadn't focused on time. whatever it takes. however many hours it took i was going to stay here until the duration. >> reporter: and today, as we get ready for the last day of early voting, expect more long lines. again the polls will stay open from 8 this morning until 9 tonight. a lot of hot issues. if you want too list of the polling centers around you, you can go to the website at abc2news.com and we have a please list and link to the state board of elections where you can find the polling secretarieser in your county. -- center in your county. you can vote at any early poll
at polling place to cast your vote before the election but first lynette charles. >> all right. let's talk about what's going on this morning and we are cold once again. not getting rid of th temperatures that are below average especially going into the afternoon. 38 right now in glenelg. more of the same in westminster at 37 and laurel at 41. we are going to be breezy as we go throughout the day. so we will have a wind chill out there to talk about. maryland's most powerful radar is dry. we should stay that way going throughout date and maybe a few peeks of sunshine. you've been waiting on the sun and we will get more sunshine as we go into the weekend. but bow start out at 8. and -- but whoa start you out at -- but we start you out at 8. see peeks of sun off the clouds and that is the scenario for today. 53 is the high i am going with but with the wind out of the north and west, it's going to feel a little chillier than that. by 7:00, still partly cloudy skies with the temperatures coming in at 47 degrees. let's check the abc2 timesaver traffic with lauren cook. good morning. >> reporter
states. anncr: and so do elected leaders of both parties... councilman john olszewski: new jobs and a stronger economy. endorsed by the naacp, police and firefighters small business owner: good jobs... teacher: and better schools construction worker: vote for question seven. >>> tuesday morning, big story again, super storm sandy, what was once a hurricane has been downgraded but causing a lot of problems in our area. >> 10,000 flights grounded as a result gives you an idea the far reaching effects of sandy. what she is doing here locally? let's get to lynette charles. >>> we are dealing with lots of rain coming across the area. this will continue throughout the day. we will see pockets of heavy rain, throughout the day. we can see it around washington. looking at the yellows, and also the oranges, but the greens, the lighter rain, that's going to be a steady rain and snow back off towards the west. rainfall totals, on top of yesterday, 5- 6 inches we are getting over an inch in german town. eastern shore, chester town, 6/10ths there, over an inch in annapolis. when this is all
schools... and not other states. anncr: and so do elected leaders of both parties... councilman john olszewski: new jobs and a stronger economy. endorsed by the naacp, police and firefighters small business owner: good jobs... teacher: and better schools construction worker: vote for question seven. >>> thanks for joining us this morning. we are joined by angie barnett who have some great tips because so many of you have cleanup to do. maybe a roof blew off a house or maybe a tree is down. but there are scammers out there who basically make their living off of the opportunity. >> oh, absolutely. we call those storm chasers. they are individuals who monitor where storms are occurring, and they will actually trek across the u.s., and luckily they are able to be followed by business name, but our storm chasers will actually come into a neighborhood and think about it, lots of damage frequently in neighborhoods, people are frustrated and they want things fixed fast. so they come in, knock on your door and offer to do your service. this is the one thing i want to always remind people, th
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